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Barn Cottage is an individual, characterful cottage constructed of traditional materials including Horton stone and is located in a sought after road in West Adderbury. The cottage occupies a secluded position within the village Conservation area.
The accommodation includes; an entrance porch, and hall, cloakroom/shower room, sitting room with double aspect windows and a fireplace with fitted log effect gas fire and tiled hearth. The kitchen/dining room is triple aspect with double glazed French doors to the garden and windows to the front, side and rear aspect. The current owners have installed a new 'Cotteswood' kitchen, fitted with a range of wall and base units, caesarstone worktop, double bowl stainless steel sink, integral fridge, built in dishwasher and tiled floor. Just off the kitchen there is a utility with plumbing for a washing machine, storage unit, additional space for tumble dryer and fridge freezer. Two 'Velux' windows light the space and it is heated with an electric radiator. There is a door to the front aspect and an opening into the boot room area with a further door to the garden. On the first floor there is a good size landing, which is currently used as a study space, access to the loft via a loft ladder. The master bedroom benefits from a dual aspect and is fitted with a range of wardrobe cupboards, there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom including a panelled bath, corner shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Adderbury is located south of Banbury on the A4260. Within the village are a range of amenities including butchers, hairdressers and a choice of public houses. Schooling for primary age is available within the village and secondary schooling is at the Warriner School in the nearby village of Bloxham, a school bus is provided. Adderbury is also the home of Banbury West End Lawn Tennis and Squash club and Banbury golf course. Access to the M40 motorway can be gained at Ardley (Jct 10) and from Banbury (Jct 11). From Banbury there is also a mainline railway station.
A gravel drive which leads to the double garage provides ample off road parking for several vehicles. A wrought iron gate leads to the pretty south facing garden which is laid to lawn with patio area, well stocked flower and shrub beds and borders. The double garage has twin up and over doors, light, power and water laid on.
Council tax band F
Gas fired CH
Planning permission currently in place until May 2019 for a single storey to the kitchen. Further details available reference 16/00876/F.
Ground Floor Shower/Cloakroom
Detached Double Garage
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